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Jennifer Keller was up against it. At the client’s insistence, she parachuted into the long-running litigation over ownership of the ­multibillion-dollar Bratz dolls just weeks before the case was schedule for its second trial (the first having ended in a debacle for that client, MGA Entertainment Inc.) She faced barely contained hostility from the company’s longtime counsel and a grueling trial schedule.

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